[time-nuts] Stable32 now available
kb8tq at n1k.org
Tue Jan 2 09:02:35 EST 2018
If the code also *is* part of the deal (or becomes part of the deal) I would suggest that there
are a series of papers in the “to be written” category about how it does what it does. I have
no idea what the code looks like so this is in no way a knock. It’s a big program with a lot of
research backing up it’s internals. It would be a “first ever” if all the footnotes and flow charts
were already in the code.
> On Jan 2, 2018, at 6:05 AM, Magnus Danielson <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org> wrote:
> Very cool. That I ended up paying for my copy is another thing.
> Now, the code needs to be maintained. I personally also would like to
> see it run natively on Linux, it does run on Linux under Wine.
> The best way to maintain the code would be for UFFC to put it on github,
> preferably with a suitable license. That way a shared community of
> people can contribute to it. I think we have enough experienced
> programmers here to nurture such a project over time.
> If we do that, I think Bill and UFFC will get the best support into the
> future from the community.
> On 01/02/2018 10:30 AM, Matthias Jelen wrote:
>> Dear Time-Nuts,
>> Happy New Year!
>> Maybe this is of interest for some of you:
>> A copy of Stable32 was on my wish-list for Christmas and I asked for the
>> possibility of a non-profit-license. Bill Riley informed me that he
>> donated Stable32 to IEEE UFFC and it will be available for free download
>> with the beginning of 2018. And here it is:
>> Many thanks to Bill Riley!
>> Best regards,
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